I haven't done it, but the modern Marlin 1895 is pretty much a 336.
"Probably" if the parts don't normally require fitting at the factory, this may work.
I'd head over to Numrich gun parts, see if you can get a drawing of each gun with part numbers. If the same part numbers are listed, you're in business (keeping in mind that there is a straight lower tang and a curved lower tang.
Thanks Mike, I'll try Numrich Arms. I know that there is a straight and curved tang. That's the purpose in the question. I want a straight grip on a stainless 336 and Marlin doesn't make one for me. Edwin
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